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Governor-elect Roy Cooper addresses supporters after victory

RALEIGH, N.C. (WNCT) — After weeks of waiting, North Carolina Governor-elect Roy Cooper addressed his supporters in victory.

“It has been a long journey for all of us but we are finally here,” says Cooper. 224 more words


Roy Cooper celebrates gubernatorial election win

RALEIGH, N.C. — Roy Cooper will be the 75th governor of North Carolina and Tuesday night he and his supporters celebrated their win over Gov. Pat McCrory. 290 more words


With GOP super majority, political expert says it's 'almost impossible' for Cooper to repeal HB2

BURLINGTON, N.C. — One month after the election, North Carolina now knows the next governor will be Roy Cooper. In his first press conference with the media since Gov. 357 more words


McCrory Conceded—But NC Democrats Have No Reason To Gloat. @Montel-Williams Tells NC Writer To Kill Herself? What the . . .

It is getting to where it’s embarrassing to be a Democrat these days in North Carolina.  Even when we finally win a race, we are shooting ourselves in the foot after crossing the finish line. 489 more words

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McCrory Concedes On Youtube; Cooper Is NC's 75th Governor

After 27 days since the election results NC finally has a definite Governor – Roy Cooper.  After the long, grueling recount the results were pretty much the same and Gov. 43 more words


How the time goes, goes, goes...

One month ago I was surrounded by friends and family in North Carolina celebrating my XXVI birthday.
Now, I’m in Tempe, AZ (right by Phoenix), with a new job that I’m beyond pleased to have, 3,000+ more miles on my car, a iCloud full of photos of my brother & I traveling out west as well as a Texas and a Cali reunion with such dear friends. 211 more words

Gov. Pat McCrory finally concedes to opponent Roy Cooper

The 74th governor of North Carolina announced in a video Monday that he has conceded to his Democratic opponent Roy Cooper. McCrory said the people of North Carolina have spoken in what he considered to be the closest gubernatorial race in North Carolina history. 69 more words